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Watch President Donald Trump Windham, New Hampshire Rally Live

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Former President Donald Trump will be in Windham, New Hampshire, Today for his first campaign rally since facing a third criminal indictment last week.

Trump is scheduled to deliver remarks at Windham High School today afternoon, during his fourth trip to the Granite State, as he hopes to garner more support for 2024.

Today’s rally comes after he was charged with four counts for his alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 election results. One district attorney in Atlanta is building a case to hand down more charges to Trump relating to false election fraud claims he allegedly made following the 2020 election results.

So without further delay, let’s begin.

Watch Donald Trump Windham, New Hampshire Rally Live Stream

We will be live on the scheduled date, and you can watch once the stream starts.

Trump Windham, New Hampshire Rally Tickets 2023

You can complete registration for the Trump Rally Live rally at www.donaldjtrump.com/events.

Steps to Book Trump Windham Rally Tickets 2023

Below are the instructions to book your tickets for Trump Windham Rally.

  • The tickets are available on Trump’s website “https://www.donaldjtrump.com/events.”
  • Once on the website, click the “Get Tickets” icon in red.
  • Fill up your details, such as first name, last name, email, mobile, ZIP code, state, and the number of tickets you wish to book.
  • Fill in the captcha and Click the “Register” icon at the bottom of the page.
  • Once you register, you will get a text message at your registered mobile number.
  • You may click the link to verify or fill in the received code in the provided box on the screen to book your tickets.
  • Enter the verification code, and select the “Confirm” icon.
  • Once you do so, you will receive a confirmation message on the screen.
  • Your tickets for the Trump Erie rally are now booked.
  • You will receive further updates on your mobile number or email address.

Please remember that all tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and you may book only 2 tickets per mobile number per event. So, hurry up and get your tickets now!

Trump’s Previous Rally Live Stream & Speech

Let’s take a quick look at a few of the Save America Rallies the former President has held in recent weeks for fellow Republicans, even though he is facing mounting legal cases, including a civil lawsuit brought against him by General Letitia James and the FBI investigations of his handling of White House documents at his Florida home.

Watch Donald Trump Erie, Pennsylvania Rally

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Donald Trump Council Bluffs Iowa MAGA Rally Live

Donald Trump Council Bluffs Iowa MAGA Rally Live
Donald Trump Council Bluffs Iowa MAGA Rally Live

Donald Trump is holding Council Bluffs Iowa MAGA Rally in Iowa on Friday, July 7, 2023. The rally will occur at Mid America Center, 1 Arena Way, Council Bluffs, IA- 51501.

If you couldn’t attend the event but still want to see Donald Trump delivering his speech, you can consider watching the Make Donald Trump Council Bluffs Iowa MAGA Rally Live.

You can watch the highlights of the TRUMP Iowa MAGA Rally here:

Make America Great Again Rally Des Moines

Make America Great Again Rally Des Moines
Make America Great Again Rally Des Moines

The Make America Great Again rally by Donald Trump is making a stop in Des Moines, Iowa, on May 13, 2023. The rally will occur at Lauridsen Amphitheater at Water Works Park, 2251 George Flagg, Des Moines, IA 50321, and Mr. Trump will share the stage with some prominent MAGA figures.

If you couldn’t attend the event but still want to see Donald Trump delivering his speech, you can consider watching the Make America Great Again Des Moines Rally live stream. World-Wire will stream the rally live on the scheduled date. This will allow you to watch the rally when the event starts.

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Save America Rally Wilmington

Save America Rally Wilmington
Save America Rally Wilmington

On September 23, former President Donald Trump held Save America Rally Wilmington at the Aero Center at Wilmington International Airport in favor of Republican Representative Ted Budd.

Trump has repeatedly persisted that the 2020 elections be a fraud, and during his rally, the ex-president brought up these claims again, saying that only in-person ballots should be accepted. Trump also pointed to early voting as a cause of his loss in the last election.

Although his words may not have come as much of a shock, former President Trump called New York Attorney General Letitia James a “maniac,” filing a $250 million civil action against Trump, the Trump Organization, and Trump’s children, saying that Trump has lied about his wealth for 20 years, deceiving lenders and others with false and misleading financial documents.

In response to the complaint, Trump labeled it “baseless, nasty, and evil” and said her sole purpose was to get Donald Trump down.

Trump also commented on President Joe Biden’s sanity and warned that he could drag the United States into another global conflict.

You can watch the highlights of the TRUMP RALLY Live from Wilmington here:

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Save America Rally Ohio

Save America Rally Ohio
Save America Rally Ohio

On September 17, former President Donald Trump traveled to Ohio and held Save America Rally Ohio to campaign for his preferred candidates in the state’s primary election for the U.S. Senate and several local congressional elections. The event occurred at the Delaware County Fairgrounds, which Trump also used during his 2016 campaign. Hours before Trump was set to speak, a slew of Ohio Republican officials who secured his endorsement lauded his leadership and criticized President Joe Biden.

Early in his speech, Trump attacked the Biden administration on inflation and foreign policy. He also claimed he had won the 2020 election in Ohio by more than eight percentage points, which was certified by state election officials.

Trump complimented several Republicans in Ohio, including Secretary of State Frank LaRose and Auditor Keith Faber, praising LaRose for his efforts in the redistricting Ohio process.

The public was widely speculated whether Trump would support the Senate campaign, and it wasn’t until last week that he did when he endorsed J.D. Vance, who has been criticized for disparaging comments he made about Trump in the past (including in texts from his ex-roommate).

Trump called Vance the GOP’s best chance to keep Ohio’s Senate seat in Republican hands and brought him onto the stage midway through his speech, saying he likes other candidates running against Vance, but Vance will “deliver a historic victory for America First in Ohio.”

The audience’s reaction to the novelist and entrepreneur was a mix of jeers, cheers, and cries.

He called himself the “America First candidate,” ran through his stances on the border with Mexico, Silicon Valley, and government health programs, and finally conceded that he had come late to the Trump party.

You can watch the highlights of the TRUMP RALLY Live from OHIO here:

Save America Rally Prescott, Arizona

Save America Rally Prescott, Arizona
Save America Rally Prescott, Arizona

On July 22, former President Donald Trump led a rally in Prescott Valley, Arizona, encouraging people to back Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and senate candidate Blake Masters.

Without making a formal announcement, Trump hinted throughout his speech that he would run for President in 2024. After taking office, Trump pledged to restore the country’s prosperity, strength, pride, security, and greatness.

The former President had harsh words for his successor, Joe Biden, accusing him of botching the economy, escalating the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, and abandoning the Afghan people at the lowest point.

Trump also aimed at the Democratic platform, asking how they manage to win elections while advocating such “extreme” ideas. He also referred to the border between the United States and Mexico, calling it worse than a Third World country because of the actions of Democrats.

Trump also backed Arizona Republican congressional candidate Andy Biggs, Arizona Republican Party chair Kelly Ward and state senator Wendy Rogers.

The former President also acknowledged special guests in the audience, including former Arizona state senator David Farnsworth, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Mike Lindell, and the widow of recently murdered Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Rick Lopez, Kim Lopez.

You can watch the highlights of the TRUMP RALLY Live from Prescott, Arizona here:

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Save America Rally Illinois

Save America Rally Illinois
Save America Rally Illinois

Trump declared his support for Mary Miller (R-Oakland) to beat her Democratic challenger, Rodney Davis of Illinois’s 15th congressional district was sworn in on June 25. Trump also endorsed State Sen. Darren Bailey (R-Xenia) in a crowded field of Republican contenders in the gubernatorial election.

You can watch the highlights of the TRUMP RALLY Live from Illinois here:

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FAQs

How do I acquire tickets?

For ticket information, visit www.donaldjtrump.com/events and fill out the registration form. There is no assurance that a ticket will be honored as it is on a first-come, first-served basis, and guests are welcome to sit wherever available.

All attendees will be seated, rather than standing, on the event floor. Seating for those with accessibility issues is also available on a first-come, first-served basis.

How soon can I get there?

First come, first served is the policy for entry, so please be there as early as possible.

When do things start and end?

The parking lot will open at 8 AM, and the doors will open at 10:00 am. The event will begin at 04:00 pm, while Donald Trump will start his speech at 6:00 P.M.

TRAFFIC WARNING

Heavy traffic and delays on at Erie Insurance Arena and surrounding streets due to the event are anticipated. Approximately five minutes of each arrival and departure will result in the closure of the Erie Insurance Arena.

Anyone not attending an event at the arena should take an alternate route.

FOODS AND BEVERAGES

There will be food stalls selling food both before and after the show. Inside the event, you can only buy food and drink using a credit card or a mobile payment app.

Unless it is a medical necessity, you cannot bring your food or water past security. However, outside the event, you may eat your food and water.

Can I use the restrooms before the show starts?

There will be temporary restrooms outside the site for attendees to use.

Parking spots designated for people with disabilities?

Yes, on a first-come, first-served basis. The accessible entrance for the disabled is available at both the east and west gates.

Am I allowed to stay overnight in my RV?

Yes.

When do you need the recreational vehicle, and how early can I bring it?

Friday. On arrival, please introduce yourself to the event staff.

VOLUNTEERS

If you want to help at the event, get in touch with the Republican Party in your state for membership information.

Can I bring in my chair?

No. While guests are free to bring lawn chairs while waiting in line, they will be asked to leave them in their vehicles once they enter the event or risk losing their spot in line.

My professional camera is large; is it okay to bring it in?

To enter, you must first have a valid press pass.

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